#189: An Analytical Gamble


This week, we discuss what to do when you feel like you’ve said all you want to (or can) say creatively, including some recent examples of creators who have decided to make dramatic changes to both what and how they create. Also, TIME has updated their contracts, which looks to have a dramatic affect on how freelance photographers are able to monetize their work. Plus, David Bowie has a new album and video that’s full of cultural references and surreal imagery…and isn’t that exactly what we’ve come to expect? Kevin Russ is our Photographer of the Week.

Musical iconography: Anton Corbijn is bowing out of professional photography | The Economist

Chester Thompson – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Leland Sklar – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

One Summer: America, 1927: Bill Bryson: 9780767919418: Amazon.com: Books

iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case – Charcoal Gray – Apple

Amazon.com: mophie juice pack Air for iPhone 6/6s (2,750 mAh) – Black: Cell Phones & Accessories

Digital images can’t be trusted, says war photographer Don McCullin | Art and design | The Guardian

Magnum and the Dying Art of Darkroom Printing | the literate lens

Is TIME Screwing Photographers? | PhotoShelter Blog

Photo Business News & Forum: Times’ Failed Attempt At Fairness and Equity

Mining ‘Color’s Mother Lode’ | PDN Photo of the Day

Filmomat – Automatic color film processor – YouTube

Thought long and hard about this one. I’ve decided I think this might be my f…

On Taking Pictures – G+ – Assignment: #junk

Kevin Russ

The Western States by Kevin Russ – VSCO Artist Initiative

Kevin Russ | VSCO Grid

Photo – Google+